Sissy Siero

Sissy Siero

“Every song is so thoughtful and well-crafted. ‘Across the Divide’ is a beautiful song. ‘In this Town’ is such a great synthesis of pop and praise.” Joan Osborne

“I just loved that song you did, ‘Truer Love.’ I just wish I had written it!” Bruce Springsteen

Nectar, Sissy Siero’s first full-length CD, was released in early 1999. The CD It features 11 original songs, performed by Sissy and some of Austin’s and New York’s finest–including Zev Katz (bass player for Roseanne Cash and Phoebe Snow), Marc Schulman and Jon Gorden (guitarists for Suzanne Vega), Clifford Carter (keyboardist for James Taylor), Gene Elders (violinist for Lyle Lovett), Merel Bregante (former drummer for Loggins and Messina), Robin Daniels (former percussionist for the Mamas and Papas’ touring band) and Chris Maresh (former bass player for Abra Moore). One of the songs featured on the CD, “In This Town,” received first place in the Austin Songwriter’s Group National Song Competition.

Nectar on air Nectar has been receiving airplay on several of Austin’s premiere commercial radio stations. Sissy has been a guest on Kevin Connor’s Morning Show on KGSR-FM where she played her current single “It’s What I Do” live. Sissy has also been a featured artist on KUT’s Eklektikos, hosted by John Aielli, and Femme FM, hosted by Teresa Sansone Ferguson. Recently, she also performed on KLBJ-FM’s Morning Show with Dudley and Bob–with Sara Hickman singing backup.

Sissy’s live video is in regular rotation on the Austin Music Network show What’s the Cover (Time-Warner cable channel 15). Television station KVUE 24’s show Musician Audition taped her November 1998 record pre-release and aired the performance in 1999; Sissy was recently invited to perform on Fox 7’s Morning Show. At Sissy’s MP3.com web page {mp3.com/sissysiero} several of the tracks on Nectar are available for Hi-fi and Low-fi listening, and a few are completely downloadable! Click on the song links to hear RealAudio samples here or follow the link to Nectar on mp3.com as well.

 

 

 

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